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Statistics on fisheries for the years 1995 to 2001 regarding landings, aquaculture, employment, fishing fleet are available for most OECD countries, free of charge, as xls files.
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Resumen ELEMENTOS ESENCIALES Los efectos de la agricultura sobre el medio ambiente representan una de las preocupaciones mayores del público, en el contexto de la reforma de la política agrícola, la liberalización de los intercambios, los acu...
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Changing unsustainable household consumption patterns is crucial for achieving the goal of sustainable development in OECD countries. Households affect the environment through their energy and water consumption, waste generation, transport patter...
One of the main outcomes of the WSSD is the development of various Type II partnership initiatives. For these, like-minded governments, stakeholders, and inter-governmental organisations agree to tackle specific issues together, specifying the re...
OECD, in co-operation with the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety of Germany, hosted an open international conference on environmental fiscal reform, on 27 June 2002 in Berlin, Germany.
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This document presents the Summary and Main Conclusions of the Conference on Environmental Fiscal Reform, held in Berlin in June 2002.
This publication presents the proceedings of an OECD workshop on domestic TPs held in September 2001 in Paris.
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Report by Dr Floor Brouwer, LEI, The Netherlands, on approaches and methodologies used in studies of the effects of agricultural policies on the environment.
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Report on initiatives in business environmental management (BEM) in agriculture, in particular the incentives and constraints that farmers face.
This study presents an overview of policies to promote more sustainable consumption patterns. It discusses different mixes of policy instruments that could be applied in an integrated approach, combining measures both at the supply and demand side.